SUNBURY — Cory Yerger and Alexis Angstadt made free throws in the final 30 seconds to cap Shikellamy’s 41-39 Heartland Athletic Conference crossover win over Lewisburg on Saturday.
The Braves (3-1) trailed by as many as nine points before a fourth-quarter rally put them ahead by four. Yerger hit back-to-back 3-pointers in the spurt.
Lewisburg (1-1) was able to tie it in the last minute, but Shikellamy’s aforementioned foul shots iced the win.
Angstadt and Yerger led the Braves with 14 and 13 points, respectively.
Maria Kelleher paced the Green Dragons with 13 points.
North Schuylkill 68, Shamokin 24
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS — By the time the first quarter ended the Indians had already fallen into a 17-point hole to the Spartans, who easily took the non-league victory.
Shaylee Pesarchick led Shamokin (1-3) with seven points, while a total of 11 players scored in the game for North Schuylkill (3-0).
Mifflinburg 49, Bellefonte 42
BELLEFONTE — Jeremy Uscowskas’ game-high 22 points helped keep the Wildcats undefeated with the non-league win over the Raiders.
James Zack and Jordan Wagner both chipped in nine points for Mifflinburg (4-0).
“We shared the ball very well and we took advantage of the mismatches offensively that were created by some good screen and rolls on our part,” said Mifflinburg coach Andre’ Roupp.
Greenwood 53, Selinsgrove 40
MILLERSTOWN — A four-point third quarter didn’t slow the Wildcats down much as they tallied 16 points in the fourth period to take the non-league win.
Three players scored in double figures for Greenwood (3-2), with Josh Ferguson leading the way with 15 points and Ryan Kerstetter adding 13.
Dylan Hoke scored 17 points and David Aurand had 12 points for Selinsgrove (1-1).
Allentown Central Catholic 80, Danville 56
ALLENTOWN — The Ironmen stayed with the Vikings for the first eight minutes of the contest, but from there ACC would roll to the non-league win.
Danville, which was led by Bret Berg’s 17 points and 14 points from Zach Kosick, trailed just 22-20 after the first quarter.
Allentown Central Catholic took control of the game in the second period and the Vikings led 46-31 at the half.